Pour all the ingredients into a blender and add ice cubes until they are poking out of the liquid ingredients Put the lid on the blender and blitz for about 20 seconds. Pour the contents into a highball glass. Place a straw in the glass and garnish it with a slice of pineapple.
with natural botanicals
When I close my eyes, I hear the song. 'If you like Piña Coladas..'. And I do! What a beautiful combination of rum, pineapple, cream, and of course Bols Coconut liqueur. This Piña Colada cocktail is definitely a one-way ticket to the tropics.
The Piña Colada is one of the most consumed cocktails in the world. It's therefore unsurprising that there are several different tales about the origins of this cocktail. The most generally accepted story begins with Ramón Marrero Pérez at the Beachcomber Bar in the Caribe Hilton Hotel in San Juan.
He claims to have created the cocktail on 15 August 1954, inspired by the tins of coconut cream that had just come on the market. The image of the Caribe Hilton Hotel as a luxury paradise helped to propel the Piña Colada to success in the years following.